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    Posted 8 years ago

    eve14
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    a litle set i know nothing about
    one top for the bigger one is missing
    does anyone know the mark?
    i tried to look it up
    one can go crazy looking at all of them
    thanks for info

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    Comments

    1. kyratango kyratango, 8 years ago
      Still think "bleu de Hué"!
      http://www.gotheborg.com/glossary/bleudehue.shtml
      http://plateformevn.canalblog.com/archives/2014/08/10/30389571.html
    2. kat22 kat22, 8 years ago
      i think its chinese - but chinese copied japanese styles and marks also changed over the years and visa versa- they read right top to bottom then left top to bottom so the first letter is yong - used by japanese and chinese third (next one at top) word below looks like an adapted qing - i dont have time now its late here in SA but if i get a gap will come back to this
      try this site as well http://www.gotheborg.com/marks/20thcenturychina.shtml
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eight_Principles_of_Yong
    3. kyratango kyratango, 8 years ago
      Jim got it!
      A simple trick to get the correct position of chinese script is to consider some look like persons, so they must have "legs" downside!
      On your third pic, they are walking on their head... ;-)
    4. eve14, 8 years ago
      kyratango, that is funny and helpfull
      i will fix it later on and keep that in mind
      thank you
    5. kat22 kat22, 8 years ago
      324. Mark: Yong Mao Yuan Ji - Yong Mao Yuan (name) Company. Possibly a late Qing Porcelain Factory. This mark could still be late 20th C.
      i think this is it - take a look and let me know ;-) and yes sorry it is upside down
    6. eve14, 8 years ago
      kat
      i apreciate every comment and yes thanks to jim we have the same conclusion 2 times now.:)
      i actually did look at that website and came up with the same thing lol
      easy after someone tells you a name
      haha
      never the less i apreciate all of you
      thank you for input
    7. kat22 kat22, 8 years ago
      thanks Jim - sorry did not read all the posts - as i am trying to learn i have a passion for the oriental and am trying hard to find out as much as i can - also in SA so delay i guess in our time zones - take care
    8. apostata apostata, 7 months ago
      well you did a very good job kat 22 , you are right about the mark this is the equivalent of the source of external exuberance marking

      actually there is only a time spread for the original a timespread of jiaqing 1796-1820

      and they made transfer ware out of it , so it is not even an revival piece , it is very recently made

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